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1 In the School of Art and Design In the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts OFFICE: Art 505 TELEPHONE: / FAX: Faculty Kotaro Nakamura, M.A., Professor of Art and Design, Interim Director of School Jo-Anne Berelowitz, Ph.D., Professor of Art and Design (Graduate Adviser, Art History) Richard A. Burkett, M.F.A., Professor of Art and Design Hiroko Johnson, Ph.D., Professor of Art and Design, Emeritus Arthur L. Ollman, M.F.A., Professor of Art and Design Ida K. Rigby, Ph.D., Professor of Art and Design, Emeritus Gail C. Roberts-Fields, M.A., Professor of Art and Design, Emeritus Helen Z. Shirk, M.F.A., Professor of Art and Design, Emeritus Tina Marie Yapelli, M.A., Professor of Art and Design Matthew G. Hebert, M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design Richard C. Keely, M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design (Graduate Adviser, Studio Arts) Sondra Lee Sherman, M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design Mark J. Siprut, M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design Kim Stringfellow, M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design Patricia Cué Couttolenc, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art and Design Eva Struble, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art and Design Arzu O. Telhan, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art and Design Assistantships and Tuition Waivers Graduate assistantship and teaching associate positions in art are available to a limited number of qualified students. Application forms and additional information may be secured from the graduate adviser. Tuition waivers and scholarships for out-of-state and international students are also available on a limited basis. Applicants should contact the graduate coordinator for more information. General Information The School of Art and Design offers graduate study leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree in art and the Master of Arts degree in art. The objectives of the graduate program in all areas of specialization are to provide the essential education, technical training and creative experience necessary for professional activity or collegelevel teaching in the visual arts. This program can prepare students for a teaching career. The Master of Arts degree is a 30-unit graduate program requiring one to two years to complete. The M.A. concentration in studio arts is designed to prepare students for proficient and successful practice as professional artists and is offered in the following areas: ceramics, furniture, graphic design, interior design, jewelry/metalsmithing, multimedia, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The M.A. degree with a concentration in art history is designed to prepare students for professional positions in galleries and museums and for doctoral degree programs. The Master of Fine Arts degree requires an additional 30 units in the area of specialization and professional seminars, with the expectation that the student will achieve a higher level of excellence and distinction in the chosen area of specialization. The M.F.A. degree requires 60 units and can be completed in three years. The degree is offered in ceramics, furniture, graphic design, interior design, jewelry/ metalsmithing, multimedia, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The Art building has expansive facilities offering the student excellent studio space and equipment. In addition, the San Diego Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Putnam Foundation collection in the Timken Gallery, and the Museum of Man in Balboa Park offer valuable original materials as well as specialized libraries for research. There are also numerous community college galleries and commercial galleries with a wide variety of offerings. Admission to Graduate Study Students applying for admission should electronically submit the university application available at along with the $55 application fee by February 1. All applicants must submit admissions materials separately to SDSU Graduate Admissions and to the School of Art and Design by the February 1 deadline. Graduate Admissions The following materials should be submitted as a complete package directly to: Graduate Admissions Enrollment Services San Diego State University San Diego, CA (1) Official transcripts (in sealed envelopes) from all postsecondary institutions attended; Note: Students who attended SDSU need only submit transcripts for work completed since last attendance. Students with international coursework must submit both the official transcript and proof of degree. If documents are in a language other than English, they must be accompanied by a certified English translation. (2) GRE scores ( SDSU institution code 4682); (3) English language score, if medium of instruction was in a language other than English ( SDSU institution code 4682). Master of Fine Arts Degree in Art Master of Arts (Studio Arts) Degree in Art The following materials should be mailed or delivered by February 1 for admission for the fall semester to: Graduate Coordinator School of Art and Design San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, CA (1) School of Art and Design application form. Contact the School of Art and Design to obtain application form and instructions or refer to to download the information; (2) Statement of purpose addressing your professional goals and reasons for selecting the School of Art and Design at SDSU for your pursuit of these goals; (3) Artist statement which describes the nature or content of the work shown in the portfolio; (4) Slides, photos or digital images of your work. All slides must be accompanied by a corresponding slide description sheet. All digital images must be accompanied by a printed thumbnail index. Digital images should not exceed 1024 x 768 pixels, and should be presented either as a collection of JPEG files in a folder along with a caption list, or as captioned images contained within a single PDF or with PowerPoint. Printed digital image samples are encouraged, but must be accompanied by disc in the above stated formats; 92 SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

2 (5) Two letters of recommendation from art instructors (or others) who are able to comment on your artistic potential in the area of specialization. Letters can be sent separately or included with your application in sealed and signed envelopes; (6) Any other materials required specifically in the instructions by your chosen discipline; (7) Return envelope with sufficient postage for the return of your portfolio. Master of Arts (Art History) Degree in Art The following materials should be submitted by February 1 for admission for the fall semester to: Art History Graduate Adviser School of Art and Design San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, CA (1) School of Art and Design application form. Refer to to download application form and instructions; (2) Statement of purpose addressing your professional goals and reasons for selecting the School of Art and Design at SDSU for your pursuit of these goals, what you plan to accomplish at SDSU (in which areas do you plan to specialize), and what your long range career goals are; (3) A copy (it will not be returned) of your best term paper or seminar report, or reprint of a published article, accompanied by a statement explaining how you came to your topic, your method of research, and the facilities available; (4) Three letters of recommendation from instructors who can assess your academic performance (you may include one museum reference). Letters can be sent separately or included with your application in sealed and signed envelopes. Master of Fine Arts Degree in Art Admission to the Degree Curriculum Admission to the Master of Fine Arts degree program is limited to the fall semester. Applications and portfolios for the annual graduate review must be submitted to the graduate coordinator by February 1. All students must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the university with classified graduate standing, as described in Part Two of this bulletin. In general, the student must have completed a bachelor s degree in studio art or the equivalent from an accredited institution, including 12 units of art history, six units of which comprise a survey of the history of Western art. A grade point average of 3.25 or better in upper division art courses is required. Students must also be able to show that they are adequately advanced to carry out projects which measure up to graduate standards. This requirement will be measured by a formal presentation of a portfolio of work to the graduate faculty in the area of emphasis. Advancement to Candidacy In addition to meeting the requirements for advancement to candidacy as described in Part Four of this bulletin, all students must have (1) completed a minimum of 30 units on the official program with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 [B]; and (2) been reviewed by the graduate faculty of the emphasis area and received approval of an acceptable body of graduate work completed since classified standing fulfilling the requirements of the area of emphasis. Specific Requirements for the Master of Fine Arts Degree (Major Code: 10022) (SIMS Code: ) Candidates for the M.F.A., in addition to meeting the requirements for classified graduate standing, must complete a 60-unit graduate program which includes a minimum of 45 units at the 600- and 700-level. Art 694, 760, 791, and 792 are required. Normally, a student will focus on one of the studio art fields (applied design, painting, graphic design, interior design, multimedia, sculpture, and printmaking). With approval of the director and graduate coordinator a student may focus on a program of study combining two studio art fields. Six units must be included in art history, art criticism, and aesthetics courses. Nine units must be included on the program from studio electives outside the area of emphasis or electives in other departments. Art 799A, Thesis must be included on the program. In addition, there will be an oral examination of each candidate by the graduate faculty of the School of Art and Design. This examination will occur at the time of the candidate s master s exhibition, and will encompass an in-depth discussion of the candidate s thesis project. No more than 15 units of graduate work may be transferred from another institution. Requests for more than six units must be approved by a committee of representatives from the area of emphasis. Applicants holding an M.A. degree in studio art from an accredited institution may transfer up to 30 units upon review and recommendation of the faculty in the area of emphasis, and approval of the graduate coordinator of the School of Art and Design. Candidates must be prepared to spend at least two semesters (24 units) in residence as full-time students. Coursework taken as a graduate student to fulfill undergraduate deficiencies may not be used to satisfy any unit requirement for the M.F.A. degree program. A 3.0 grade point average must be maintained at all times. Continuation in the program will be determined by a review of each candidate by the graduate faculty in the emphasis area. This review will be held upon completion of 30 units in the M.F.A. program, or at any time upon request of the graduate coordinator. Master of Arts Degree in Art Admission to the Degree Curriculum Studio Arts Admission to the Master of Arts degree program in studio arts is limited to the fall semester. Applications and portfolios for the annual graduate review must be submitted to the graduate coordinator by February 1. All students must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the university with classified graduate standing, as described in Part Two of this bulletin. In general, students must have completed an undergraduate major in art with a minimum of 24 upper division units, including two semesters of work in the general history of art, before they will be permitted to enter the graduate program. Students must also be able to show that they are adequately advanced to carry out projects which measure up to graduate standards. In studio areas this requirement will be measured by a formal presentation (the Graduate Review) to the emphasis area faculty of a portfolio of examples of the candidate s undergraduate or postbaccalaureate work. The range should be great enough to give the committee a knowledge of the candidate s strengths and weaknesses. A statement of the candidate s objectives in the graduate program should accompany this presentation. If it is determined that the student is capable of doing graduate art work, he/she may be permitted to begin such work even though he/she has not completed an appropriate undergraduate major in art. Those students whose work is insufficiently advanced for classified graduate standing may enroll for courses through Open University, in order to meet the standard requirements. In addition to meeting the requirements for admission to the university, students wishing to be admitted to the art history graduate program with a classified graduate standing must complete the equivalent of the graduation requirements as specified in the current General Catalog (a minimum of 39 units of art history to include Art 593). Students who do not meet the requirements for admission to the graduate program in art history but meet the requirements for graduate admission to the university, may, at the discretion of the art history faculty, be accepted with conditional standing. SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

3 Art History Art history applications, obtainable from the School of Art and Design, are due on February 1 for the fall semester. Transcripts of all undergraduate or postbaccalaureate work must be sent to Enrollment Services. In addition to meeting the requirements for admission to the university, students wishing to be admitted to the art history graduate program with a classified graduate standing must complete the equivalent of the graduation requirements as specified in the current General Catalog (a minimum of 39 units of art history to include Art 593). Students who do not meet the requirements for admission to the graduate program in art history but meet the requirements for graduate admission to the university, may, at the discretion of the art history faculty, be accepted with conditional standing. Advancement to Candidacy Studio Arts In addition to meeting the requirements for advancement to candidacy as described in Part Four of this bulletin, all students will be required to pass a comprehensive examination covering the fields of history of art of western civilization, the principles of art appreciation, and the techniques and materials of the artist, or to have completed a year course in the history of art of Western civilization and six undergraduate units of art history. Students with a concentration in studio arts must have: (1) completed at least 12 units listed on his/her official program with a minimum grade point of 3.0 (B); and (2) been reviewed by the tenured and tenure-track faculty of the emphasis area and received approval of an acceptable body of graduate work completed since classified standing fulfilling the requirements of the area of specialization. Art History Classified graduates should contact the graduate adviser to discuss their individual graduate programs before the third week of their first semester. Before advancement to candidacy, classified graduate students working for the Master of Arts degree with a concentration in art history must pass a qualifying examination in art history. Classified graduate students must have completed three semesters of college level French or German or, on the advice of the art history faculty, the language necessary for thesis research. Alternately, with the consent of the art history faculty, students may demonstrate a reading knowledge of the appropriate language by passing the Graduate School Foreign Language Examination (the French MLA examination is given by the Student Testing, Assessment and Research Office during the beginning of each semester; contact the School of Art and Design for permission to take the examination). The language requirement must be met before the add/drop date of the student s first semester as a classified graduate student, or the student must enroll for appropriate language courses. Specific Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree In addition to meeting the requirements for classified graduate standing and the basic requirements for the master s degree as described in Part Four of this bulletin, all students must complete a graduate program of a minimum of 30 units which includes at least 24 units in art from courses listed below as acceptable on master s degree programs in art, of which at least 16 units must be in 600- and 700-numbered courses. Studio Arts Concentration (Major Code: 10021) (SIMS Code: ) Those electing studio arts must complete a minimum of 18 units in the area of specialization. Art 694, 760, and 799A are required. Not more than a total of six units in Art 798 will be accepted. A creative project accompanied by a written report is required as fulfillment of Art 799A. In conjunction with this project, each candidate for the degree must present an exhibition of representative graduate work. Art History Concentration (Major Code: 10031) (SIMS Code: ) Those electing art history must complete at least 15 units from the 600- and 700-numbered courses to include Art 799A, selected in consultation with the art history adviser. Students may select up to 15 units of 500-level courses in art, 12 units of which must be in art history and approved by the graduate adviser. The additional three units must be selected in consultation with the graduate adviser, to include Art 578 and 593 if these courses are not already completed. A written thesis is required as fulfillment of Art 799A. Master s candidates in art history will also be required to give an open lecture on their thesis subject, to be scheduled with the approval of the thesis chair. Thesis and Projects in Art The thesis required for the master of arts degree in art history is a written document; the project required for the Master of Arts degree with a concentration in studio arts and the Master of Fine Arts degree is an original body of work of creative art accompanied by a written report. All theses and written reports accepted in satisfaction of a requirement for the master s degree are cataloged and maintained in the library. Color slides or digital images of thesis exhibitions must be provided by the candidate and are retained in the School of Art and Design s slide library. One copy of art history theses must be given to the School of Art and Design. Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies The School of Art and Design offers an Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies for students already enrolled in the school who wish to develop expertise in the museum field while pursuing a Master of Arts degree in art history or a Master of Arts degree in art, or for postbaccalaureate students who wish to establish a career in the arts but desire to undertake a shorter schedule of study than required for a Master of Arts degree. Successful applicants must have completed a bachelor s degree from an accredited institution with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 must be maintained in certificate coursework with no less than a grade of C in any course. Courses taken in the certificate program with a grade of B or better may be applied to the Master of Arts degree in art history with the consent of the graduate adviser. Students in the advanced certificate must complete 15 units to include Art 578, 591, 691, 697, SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

4 Courses Acceptable on Master s Degree Programs in Art (ART) Refer to Courses and Curricula and Regulations of the Division of Graduate Affairs sections of this bulletin for explanation of the course numbering system, unit or credit hour, prerequisites, and related information. UPPER DIVISION COURSES ART 500. Advanced Drawing (3) Prerequisites: One year of 400-level studio art coursework and consent of instructor. Drawing emphasizing qualitative aspect of visual subject matter. Maximum ART 502. Inter-Media (1-3) Prerequisites: Art 103 and 104. Process and materials in plane and space. Maximum credit six units. M.F.A. students: Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the M.F.A. degree. ART 503. Life Drawing and Painting III (3) Prerequisites: Art 204 and 403. Drawing and painting from nude and costumed models. Maximum ART 504. Painting III (3) Prerequisites: Six units of Art 404. Approaches to contemporary concepts in painting. Maximum ART 506. Contemporary Issues (3) Prerequisite: Upper division standing. Art and design issues relevant to contemporary global society. Sources of inspiration in art and design practice and topical issues examined. Field trips. ART 511. Printmaking III-Lithography (3) Prerequisite: Art 411. Advanced creative lithography printmaking in color. Emphasis on fine print quality in color process and color technology unique to this medium. Maximum ART 516. Sculpture III (3) Prerequisite: Art 416. Advanced level investigations into sculptural ideas, processes, and materials. Maximum ART 517. Figurative Sculpture II (3) Prerequisites: Art 216 or 217. Figurative study with emphasis on individual exploration. Maximum ART 523. Furniture Design and Woodworking III (3) Prerequisites: Six units of Art 423. Advanced individual design: Exploration of materials, process and function. Continued focus on development of personal design statements and specialized techniques. Maximum ART 524. Digital Fabrication for Art and Design (3) Prerequisite: A 300- or 400-level art or design course. Design, visualization, and fabrication processes utilizing modeling and machining software. Basic techniques in computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). Small-scale production techniques and outsourcing for artists and designers. Maximum ART 525. Ceramics III (3) Prerequisite: Art 425. Study of ceramic design through creative projects of clay forms. Maximum ART 526. Clay and Glaze Technology in Ceramic Design (3) Prerequisite: Art 425. Experimentation and application of research concerning the use of ceramic materials and techniques as an integral part of the design process. Maximum ART 531. Jewelry and Metals IIIA-Jewelry (3) Prerequisite: Art 431. Problems involving fabrication processes already studied in order to increase technical competence while exploring personal design statements; specialized techniques such as photoetching and electroforming. Maximum ART 532. Jewelry and Metals IIIB-Metalsmithing (3) Prerequisite: Art 432. Advanced problems involving metal processes to increase technical competence while exploring personal design statements. Maximum ART 535. Fiber Construction II (3) Prerequisite: Art 435. Advanced study in nonloom techniques. Techniques to include: looping, braiding, plaiting, and special fabricating techniques. Experimentation with new man-made fibers and with synthetic commercial dyes. Maximum ART 536. Fiber Surface Design II (3) Prerequisite: Art 436. Application of design for the textile surface, appropriate for both the individual designer and commercial reproduction. Maximum ART 540. Advanced Photographic Imagery (3) Prerequisites: Grade of C (2.0) or better in Art 440, or Art 340 and 407. Visual and creative expression using photographic media, including traditional and digital processes. Emphasis on conceptual project development and portfolio. Maximum credit six units with consent of instructor. ART 541. Graphic Design IV (3) Prerequisites: Grade of C (2.0) or better in two of the following: Art 441, 442, 450, 454. Computer proficiency required with working knowledge of vector graphics, page layout, digital image editing, web design, and motion graphics software consistent with current industry standards. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Strategy, planning, and problem solving related to visual communication systems with emphasis on social and cultural context. ART 542. Typography IV (3) Prerequisites: Grade of C (2.0) or better in Art 442. Computer proficiency required with working knowledge of vector graphics, page layout, digital image editing, web design, and motion graphics software consistent with current industry standards. Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript. Individual creative and scholarly research in typography, conceptual and contextual exploration, typographic experimentation based on theory, strategy, and problem solving. Maximum credit six units with consent of instructor. SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

5 ART 543. Illustration III (3) Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in Art 443. Strategy and problem solving of professional illustration as related to art and design; individual conceptual and contextual exploration. Maximum ART 544. Emerging Technologies in Multimedia (3) Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in Art 344, or 348, or 440, or 448, or 540. Advanced creative studies in emerging electronic communications, including cyberstudios, Internet and multimedia. Exploration in collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international projects. Maximum credit six units with consent of instructor. ART 545. Design Studio (3) Prerequisites: Grade of C (2.0) or better in two of the following: Art 441, 442, 450, 454, 541, and portfolio review. Computer proficiency required with working knowledge of vector graphics, page layout, digital image editing, web design, and motion graphics software consistent with current industry standards. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Solutions to design problems for clients in a studio environment including business procedures and production management. Development of a professional level portfolio. Maximum credit six units with consent of instructor. ART 546. The Art of the Book III (3) Prerequisite: Art 446. Design and creation of limited edition artist books made with mixed media and hand printing techniques such as letterpress, intaglio, woodcut, lithography, and photo. Maximum Maximum combined credit of 15 units for Art 346, 446, 546. ART 547. Environmental Theory (3) Prerequisite: Art 247 or 347. Survey of alternative solutions to the problem of design of the physical environment. ART 552. Work Environment Interior Design (3) Prerequisite: Art 453. Projects in architectural interiors involving the use and perception of enclosed spaces. Space planning systems analysis. Maximum ART 553. Commercial Interior Design (3) Prerequisite: Art 552. Projects in interiors involving space planning analysis, specification writing, materials selection and furnishing design appropriate to commercial needs. Maximum ART 557. Nineteenth Century European Art (3) Development of painting, sculpture, and architecture from the French Revolution to ART 558. Twentieth Century European Art to 1945 (3) Major developments in the visual arts and art criticism from 1880 to 1945 (Post-Impressionism through Surrealism). ART 559. Twentieth Century European and American Art Since 1945 (3) Recommended: Art 558. Major developments in the visual arts and art criticism since ART 560. History of American Art (3) Development of painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Native American art and Colonial Period to the present. ART 561. Mesoamerican Art: Olmecs to Aztecs (3) Art and architecture of Mesoamerica from Olmecs to Aztecs. Role of art as transmitter of cultural information and world view. Continuities and ideologies that characterize Mesoamerican civilizations. Field trips required. ART 563. Modern Mexican Art (3) Mexican art from 1900 to present. Emphasis on images created after Mexican Revolution ( ) in murals, painting, architecture, prints, photography, film, conceptual art. Construction of national identity, debate between national/international currents in art and role of public art. Field trip. ART 564. Art of China (3) Prerequisite: Art 258 or 259 or 263. History of Chinese art from prehistoric times through the Ching Dynasty. ART 565. Art of Japan (3) Prerequisite: Art 258 or 259 or 263. History of Japanese art from prehistoric times to the Meiji Restoration. ART 566. History of Japanese Painting Tenth to Twentieth Centuries (3) Prerequisite: Art 258 or 259 or 263. History of Japanese painting from tenth to twentieth centuries, emphasizing art from three social groups: aristocrats, warriors, and merchants. Analysis of motifs, iconography, and styles of art schools developed during these periods, reinforced by social history. ART 568. Art of Crete, Mycenae, Greece, and Rome (3) Prerequisite: Art 258. Development of painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts from prehistoric times to the fifth century A.D. ART 571A. Modern Art of Latin America (3) Historical, political, and social contexts of leading artists and artistic movements in Latin America from late-nineteenth to mid-twentieth century. Field trips required. ART 571B. Contemporary Art of Latin America (3) Work created by leading contemporary Latin American artists from 1960 to present. Field trips required. ART 573A. Italian Art of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries (3) Italian arts, architecture, artists, and patrons from fourteenth century Proto-Renaissance period through fifteenth century revival of classical humanism in city states of Florence, Siena, Bologna, Mantua, and Padua. ART 573B. Italian Art in the Sixteenth Century (3) High Renaissance in Florence and Rome, followed by disintegration of classical principles and domination of Mannerism in Central and Northern Italy and history of arts of Venice in sixteenth century. ART 575. European Art from 1600 to 1750 (3) Architecture, sculpture, and painting of the Baroque and Rococo periods. ART 577. History of Architecture (3) Architecture from primitive times to the present. ART 578. Seminar in History of Museums and Exhibitions (3) Prerequisite: At least one course selected from Art 557, 558, 559, or 560. Origin, history, and function of the museum. Theories of collecting, museums, and construction of knowledge. Role of elites in formation and construction of museums, controversial exhibitions, exhibitionary practices, and globalism. ART 591. Gallery Exhibition Design (3) Prerequisites: Fifteen units of art. Fundamental art elements and principles applied to the theories and techniques of gallery exhibition design. ART 593. History and Methodology of Art History (3) Prerequisite: Twelve units of upper division art history. Readings and discussions on the historiography of art and on modern methodologies for art historical research. 96 SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

6 ART 596. Advanced Studies in Art and Art History (1-4) Prerequisites: Twelve units of art and art history and consent of instructor. Advanced topics in art and art history. May be repeated with new content. See Class Schedule for specific content. Limit of nine units of any combination of 296, 496, 596 courses applicable to a bachelor s degree. Maximum credit of six units of 596 applicable to a bachelor s degree. Credit for 596 and 696 applicable to a master s degree with approval of the graduate adviser. GRADUATE COURSES ART 600. Drawing (3) Prerequisite: Art 500. Concepts and approaches to drawing. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the M.F.A. degree in art. ART 604. Painting (3) Prerequisite: Art 504. Issues and concepts relating to contemporary painting. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 609. Printmaking (1-3) Advanced creative work in selected printmaking media based upon the analysis of the history and philosophies of printmaking from its inception through contemporary concepts. Maximum credit ART 616. Sculpture (3) Prerequisite: Art 516. Aesthetic organization of selected subject matter in the media of sculpture. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 623. Advanced Furniture Design (3) Prerequisite: Art 523. Problems in the design and construction of furniture. Projects determined by the individual students in conference with the instructor. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 625. Crafts (1-3) Prerequisite: Six units completed in upper division courses in sculpture or ceramics or printmaking or a combination of these courses. Advanced creative work in selected craft media. Maximum credit ART 627. Advanced Clay and Glaze Technology in Ceramic Design (3) Prerequisite: Art 525 or 526. Experimentation with use of ceramic material and techniques as an integral part of design process. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 631. Jewelry and Metalwork (3) Six Hours. Prerequisite: Art 531 or 532. Problems in design and execution of works in precious metals. Projects will be determined by individual student in conference with the instructor. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 641. Graphic Communication (1-3) Prerequisite: Art 541. Advanced individual study in graphic design. Maximum credit ART 642. Typography (3) Prerequisite: Art 542. Advanced creative and scholarly research in typography for visual expression and communication; typographic experimentation based on theory, strategy, and problem solving. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the M.F.A. degree in art. ART 644. Multimedia (3) Prerequisite: Art 544. Creative applications of interactive and time-based visual expression using contemporary multimedia formats. Maximum credit ART 650. Creative Environmental Design (1-3) Prerequisite: Six upper division units in interior design, architecture or city planning. Creative work in interior design, architecture and civic design. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 691. Curatorial Practice (3) Prerequisites: Art 578 and 591. Practical experience in curatorship to include exhibition design/ installation and interpretive materials such as catalog essays, extended object labels, didactic panels, audio guides. Disseminate curatorial content and scholarship in contexts of galleries and museums and their online counterparts. ART 694. Seminar in Principles of Design in Space Arts (3) Prerequisite: Art 558 or 559. Activity of creative expression and aesthetic appreciation in area of visual experience. Aesthetic analysis of original works of art. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree. ART 696. Advanced Topics in Art (1-3) Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Intensive study in specific areas of art and art history. May be repeated with new content. See Class Schedule for specific content. Credit for 596 and 696 applicable to a master s degree with approval of the graduate adviser. ART 697. Seminar in Curatorial Theory (3) Prerequisite: Art 578. Theories of exhibition development, curatorial methodologies and research, exhibition funding; curatorial responsibilities to include loan procedures, condition reports, environmental standards, collections storage; institutional structure of museums. Emphasis on role of curator in the twenty-first century. ART 698. Seminar in Museum Administration (3) Prerequisite: Art 578. Museum administrative practices with emphasis on museum structure, organization, and governance; development and fundraising; collection management and curatorial issues; educational/ outreach programming; importance of ethical considerations. ART 700. Studio Art Experience (3) Independent research in specified areas, which may require the presentation of a paper with its oral defense. Each letter designation may be taken for a maximum six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the A. Studio Art in Painting B. Studio Art in Sculpture C. Studio Art in Printmaking D. Studio Art in Ceramics F. Studio Art in Graphic Design G. Studio Art in Environmental/Interior Design I. Studio Art in Jewelry/Metals J. Studio Art in Furniture K. Studio Art in Multimedia SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

7 ART 716. Individual Research Problems in Sculpture (3) Prerequisite: Art 616 (six units). Graduate research problems including independent research in sculpture. Projects will be determined by the individual student in conference with the instructor. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 760. Seminar in Twentieth Century Art (3) Prerequisite: Art 558 or 559. Visual arts and art criticism since ART 791. Professional Practice (3) Cr/NC Reading and discussion about subjects of direct concern to the professional artist. Open only to classified graduate students in studio art. This is an art forum for the practicing artist. ART 792. Research in Professional Problems (3) Reading and discussion pertinent to professional activities in specific media. Open only to classified graduate students. ART 798. Special Study (1-3) Cr/NC/RP Prerequisite: Consent of the staff; to be arranged with department chair and the instructor. Individual study. Maximum credit six units applicable to the M.A. degree; nine units applicable to the ART 799A. Thesis or Project (3) Cr/NC/RP Prerequisites: An officially appointed thesis committee and advancement to candidacy. Preparation of a project or thesis for a master s degree. ART 799B. Thesis or Project Extension (0) Cr/NC Prerequisite: Prior registration in Thesis 799A with an assigned grade symbol of RP. Registration required in any semester or term following assignment of RP in Course 799A in which the student expects to use the facilities and resources of the university; also student must be registered in the course when the completed thesis or project is granted final approval. 98 SDSU GRADUATE BULLETIN

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